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Polycystic ovary syndrome

Infertility is one of the most stressing factors in a woman’s life and it may influence their satisfaction and quality of life. In our study all the patients were infertile which may have impaired their sexual function that could justify the high prevalence we found. The majority of our patients had menstrual irregularities which reveals their hormonal disturbances. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) patients markedly suffer from sexual dysfunction as comorbidity. It seems appropriate to screen all PCOS patients for sexual function.

When women with PCOS are trying to have a baby, intimacy can go from “the joy of sex to the job of sex,” since conceiving can often involve scheduling sex during the times they’re most fertile. Women also might be taking fertility medication that can affect their libido.

Having irregular bleeding while trying to have a healthy sex life can be stressful, because you never know when you’re going to have bleeding. Women with PCOS shouldn’t be afraid to seek help if they’re having trouble with their sex lives. Most women with PCOS only seek out medical or psychological help if they’re trying to conceive.

PCOS is a complex female health issue. It consists of many different health concerns and risks. If permanent diet and lifestyle changes are implemented, these risks and health issues may become obsolete. There are many ways to support the proper health of a woman’s body that is dealing with PCOS. Important key tips:

  1. Make sure your doctor performs the correct tests and you get a proper diagnosis.
  2. Follow a PCOS specific diet to help decrease insulin resistance, balance weight, and improve estrogen metabolism.
  3. Promote hormonal balance and support regular ovulation through supportive herbs and supplements.
  4. Support a proper inflammatory response.
  5. Stick to your plan, believe in yourself, only you have the ability to change your circumstances! And quite likely conceive your bundle of joy.

Make an Appointment with Dr. Sharmila Majumdar at the Sexual & Mental Health Clinic, Avis Hospital, Hyderabad

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Dr. Sharmila Majumdar is the First Female Sexologist in India, who specializes in Female & Male Sexual Dysfunction & Mental Health. Her professional experience comprises of National and International Consultations, co-authoring a Medical Handbook on “Male Infertility and Andrology”, Journal Publications, Presentations as a guest faculty at National & International Conferences on Sexology, Endocrinology, Gynecology & Psychology. She is also a Guest lecturer in several medical colleges in India. Dr. Sharmila Majumdar has also won an award for the best Presentation in Female Sexual Dysfunction in the National Conference of Sexology in 2008. She is also a columnist in leading local newspapers. She is a guest editor and a contributor in several medical portals and magazines. Dr. Sharmila Majumdar has rich experience of 11 years in the area of Sexual & Mental Health. She has successfully treated hundreds of patients globally. Her primary motto is optimal Sexual & Mental Health in Men and Women. She is up-to-date with the latest advancement in the emerging field of Sexual & Mental Health for the well-being of her patients. She strongly believes in the right to Physical, Sexual and Mental wellness. DR. SHARMILA MAJUMDAR IS AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION AT AVIS HOSPITAL, SEXUAL & MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC, HYDERABAD – 500033, TELENGANA, INDIA

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  1. Cool and effective blog. Enchanting artilce. Very helpful. A big thank you Dr. Sharmila for educating a whole bunch of people.

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